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- Biomechanics of Motion Collection Description The purpose of this Biomechanics of Movement collection is to create a structure and a web based user interface for researchers and students to access and utilize video clips of human movements. This interactive digital archive resource provides a mechanism for bringing together engineers, animators, computer scientists, and kinesiologists to collectively solve meaningful real world problems fundamental to functional movement. This digital collection of movement video clips is created by members of the USC Biomechanics Research Laboratory in collaboration with USC Libraries. CITE AS: Creator. Title. Date. From the Biomechanics of Motion Digital Archive. Digitally reproduced by the University of Southern California Digital Archive. Available: URL. Access date. EXAMPLE CITE AS: Biomechanics Research Laboratory (University of Southern California). Golf, a normal swing, performed by a young female of advanced ability with a 9 iron recorded from the Multiple view. From the Biomechanics of Motion Digital Archive. Digitally reproduced by the University of Southern California Digital Archive. Available: http://digarc.usc.edu . Accessed April 1, 2009 The five primary facets of the Biomechanics of Motion Collection are Tasks, Actors, Abilities, Equipment and Views. The secondary facets are Task Details, Actor details, Ability details, Equipment detail, View details, Trial Number and Frame rate. The files name of each video clip represents sequentially the five primary facets and then the secondary facets separated by a hyphen. Given below is an explanation of primary facet codes used for generating such file names: TASKS: SW=Swing, DB=Dribbling, PS=Passing, SS=Sit to Stand, AP=Advanced Progression, MS=Musculo Skeletal, DV=Diving, GF=Golf, JG=Juggle, CU=Cut, TU=Turn, SO=Sole Pull, VO=Volley, HE=Head, RE=Receive, TT=Toe Touch, AC=Arm Circles, FP=Front Plank, SP=Side Plank, ZZ=Zig-zag, JJ=Jumping Jacks, HO=Hopping, FR=Frog, RA=Receive Air, RC=Receive Check, JF=Juggling with Feet, WU=Warm Ups; ACTORS: GF=Golfer, DA=Dancer, MU=Musician, DH=Dental Hygienist, DV=Diver, VP=Volleyball Player, FP=Football Player, SK=Skeleton, TX=Trex, SP=Soccer Player, AN=Animation; ABILITIES: A0=Advanced, I0=Intermediate, N0=Novice, P0=Professional; EQUIPMENTS: CL=Cello, TP=Trumpet, VB=Volleyball, TS=Toe Shoes, FB=Football, SB=Soccer Ball, CH=Chair, SH=Shoes, PF=Platform, 6I=6 Iron, 9I=9 Iron, DS=Driver Standard; VIEWS: F0=Front, B0=Back, L0=Left Side, R0=Right Side, T0=Top, U0=Under, M0=Multiple, FS=Front and Side, FB=Front and Back, FU=Front and Under, FT=Front and Top, S0=Side; TASK DETAILS: SP=Plus 10 Yard Swing, RF=Inside The Right Foot, LF=Inside The Left Foot, HC=High Chair, HF=Hip Flexion, SR=Internal Shoulder Rotation, BS=Backward Somersault, FS=Forward Somersault, NS=Normal Swing, TF=Top Of The Foot, B1=Bounce Foot, B2=Bounce Foot Foot, B3=Bounce Foot Foot Foot, FB=Foot Bounce, F1=Foot, F2=Foot Foot, MB=Maximum with Bounce, MX=Maximum, 99=90-90, AC=Arm Circles, DD=Downward Dog, FG=Frog, JJ=Jumping Jacks, ZZ=Zig-Zag, TT=Toe Touch, CS=Compass, FD=Forward, R1=Run on One Leg, SS=Swivel Run Shuffle, L0=Left, R0=Right, FP=Front Plank, 45=45 Degrees, 90=90 Degrees, 35=135 Degrees, 80=180 Degrees, RO=Outside The Right Foot, LO=Outside The Left Foot, SC=Scissor, UT=U-Turn, SO=Step Over And Turn, IO=Inside Out, UP=Up, DW=Down, ST=Standing, KN=Kneeling, SI=Sitting, CH=With The Chest, TH=With The Thigh, IL=Inside Left Turn, IR=Inside Right Turn, TL=Then Pass Outside Left, TR=Then Pass Outside Right, OL=Outside Left Turn, OR=Outside Right Turn, PL=Then Pass Inside Left, PR=Then Pass Inside Right, DU=Dummy, BF=Both Feet, OT=One Touch, LT=With Left Thigh, RT=With Right Thigh; ACTOR DETAILS: MY=Young Male, FY=Young Female, FM=Middle Aged Female; ABILITY DETAILS:; EQUIPMENT DETAILS: GR=On Grass, TF=On Turf, LB=In Laboratory, AG=With Alignment Grid, CP=With Computer, MS=With Matt System; VIEW DETAILS: FO=Force Overlay, FV=Force Vectors, OV=Overlay And Vectors. For example, the file name for the video clip of Golf, a normal swing, performed by a young female of advanced ability with a 9 iron recorded from the Multiple view is GFGFA09IM0-NSFY00MSOV0115. Please also note that "fps" as in "recorded at 20 fps" refers to frames per second. Title: Biomechanics of Motion Collection Record ID: bom-m1 Created: 2008 Creator: [videographer] Biomechanics Research Laboratory (University of Southern California) Publisher: [host] University of California. Libraries Topic: Coverage: 2008 Type: collections video Format: 24 video files : digital, flv files Rights: All rights are reserved by Department of Kinesiology, University of Southern California Repository: USC Libraries Department of Kinesiology, Rm B9, 3650 Watt Way, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0652 email@example.com Ordering: Educational purposes only. Please contact Department of Kinesiology, Rm B9, 3650 Watt Way, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California 90089-0652. Phone: (213)740-7903; Fax: (213) 740-7309 Record ID: bom-m1
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